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The Scheindlin eDiscovery Legacy

At the end of April, the matriarch of eDiscovery, U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, will step down from the bench. Since her appointment in 1994, Judge Scheindlin has presided over numerous high-profile trials,...more

Electronic Discovery: Avoiding Disaster: 2013 Zubulake Updates

It is always a good idea to Shepardize or Keycite important cases, especially when the case involves the ever evolving area of e-discovery. We find ourselves always checking the cases in our CLE entitled “Electronic...more

NY Courts Adopt Federal E-Discovery Cost Allocation Standard

On February 28, 2012, Justice Acosta of the First Department, Appellate Division, adopted the federal Zubulake standard to determine which party is responsible for the cost of searching for, retrieving, and producing...more

E-Discovery Developments From The Land Of Zubulake

Shortly after the turn of the century, a series of decisions emanated from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on the topic of “e-discovery.” Many would argue that Judge Shira Scheindlin’s opinions...more

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